Dec 1, 2012 11:00pm PST
the government bite. for more, let's go live to "red eye" senior business correspondent, bathtub cat. >> john gibson. now this oracle of omaha -- now, are you sick and tired of rich people telling us how much tax we are going to have to pay? >> this is absolutely absurd. what is raising the morale of the middle class going to do for the middle class? is it going to change the economy? no. are most people going to get hired? no. it is absolutely absurd for warren buffet to say something like that, and it kind of proves to me maybe we shouldn't listen to him if he can say stuff as dumb as that. joy don't they make a pilgrimage to omaha to listen to his annual shareholders conference or something like that? you are right, he did say raising taxes on the rich was, quote, to give the middle class a moral boost. >> a moral boost. a moral boost. a paycheck would be a moral boost. >> exactly. >> unemploy -- unemployment must numbers going down instead of up. this is absurd. >> doesn't he look like a grandpa? >> he looks like mr. mcgoo. >> don't go bowling with those guys. >> my morale -- >> it is a g
Dec 4, 2012 12:00am PST
, but i disagree. i don't want the government to come together and i want them to split apart so they can never do anything because when ever they do something it costs us something. >> they blow it. >> i like the hoover dam. >> can fashion accessories be turned into weapons? gary sapper on his new book i once killed a man with his scrunchy. does obama care more about owls than jobs? it is a better question if you understand the language of middle earth. >>> must we kill owls in order to save them? in order to protect the endangered spotted owl seen here, i think that is it, the obama administration is locking up about 10 million acres of mostly federal land in the pacific northwest. it grabbed thousands of timber workers along with related support jobs. the area continues to suffer high unemployment. despite years of government meddling the disappearing bird is disappearing faster than ever. one solution, taking out the owl. the u.s. fish and woild life service had proposals that included luring the owls into close range, using recorded couls and an owl decoy. it can ensure rapid and inh
Dec 6, 2012 12:00am PST
the government stepping in and telling us how many people we can have sexual relationships with. >> that should be privatized. there is a question on how the judge will enforce this order too. >> my question kind of went there. as the only female at that table, who are these women who think it is a good idea to jump in the sack with this guy? either he is not disclosing how many children he has or the fact that he has absolutely no money -- >> he is gorgeous, sandra. >> look at him. you right now are get willing the vapors -- you right now are getting the vapors just looking at him. give her a fan. >> it takes two to tango as they say in dance class and in other places. how would you have handled this situation if you were the judge? is there anyway to handle this? >> hundreds of years ago people said it was a reform to abolish debtors prison. i think we should rethink that now. here is another alternative to sterilization. jay you know what i was thinking? he should be forced to work a lot. forced so much that you are too exhausted to have sex like 70% of the population. and then all of the mo
Dec 8, 2012 12:00am PST
just filling your time with nonfiction, this is a perfect example of the way the government behaves. they start out with an okay premise, and then they abandon it halfway through. they go, let's take out all of the fiction and make these guys smart with nonfiction. what kind of books? what? a book of plants and then this other book like something about an invasive species. i don't like the work part coming up with new books. >> they use bureaucratic tracks and regulations. they create drones, but then again, imogen, isn't it time we stop wasting time on shakespeare? it serves no purpose much like the rest of your island nation. >> these books will discourage kids from reading. and apparently 22% of adult americans have problems with readingett set raw. and literacy is helpful in the workplace. so bring back the fiction including shakespear. >> you noy he didn't write -- you know he didn't write those books? >> and it is a good idea like gavin says to prepare kids for the workplace. but is this the best way to do it? >> we need them to be able to read. you wonder why kids can't read.